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Chinese NFT platform iBox, incubated by Huobi, ceases to operate internationally

Chinese non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace iBox announced that it was ending its international operations and will begin issuing refunds in.

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BigVerse, a Chinese online marketplace, was found guilty of minting NFTs from stolen artwork

NFTCN’s parent firm, BigVerse, was held liable by a court in Hangzhou, China’s eastern city, for allowing a user to.

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The digital yuan, according to a former Chinese central bank chief, is intended for retail transactions

Former Individuals’s Bank of China governor Zhou Xiaochuan stated in a speech on Saturday that the digital yuan is intended.

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The Chinese official media is urging more people to use e-CNY

Economic Information Daily, a Xinhua News Agency affiliate publication, published an op-ed on Thursday outlining methods to accelerate the adoption.

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Over 3,500 Bitcoin mining equipment have been seized in China, and electricity costs have been raised

Guangdong, Heilongjiang, and Shanxi provinces announced Bitcoin mining equipment seizures and other actions to phase out enterprises that escaped waves.

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Weibo introduces the NFT marketplace, which allows users to mint posts

Weibo, a Chinese social media network with with 249 million daily active users, unveiled its non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace TopHolder.

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For Chinese New Year, there will be digital collectible gifts on the way

For the Chinese New Year holiday season, which begins on February 1, some mainland tech companies are releasing digital collectibles.

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Baidu’s metaverse welcomes a top Chinese university

After replicating its actual campus as a virtual university on Baidu’s XiRang platform. That’s, a prominent Chinese university has become.

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US Director Of National Intelligence Pens Letter To SEC Over China’s Crypto Control

US Director Of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has penned a letter to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) showing his concern.

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